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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1018 THE LETHBRinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Calgary Scribes Again Beefing About Basket Championship We have long suspected that Calgary was Alberta. To read the Calgary papers one could gather no other impression. Even the juvenile quill manipulators of the sport pages of the Calgary dailies show that they have never been far from their own back yard .by the manner in which they talk Calgary to the exclusion of all else. They have, however, at last admitted that Edmonton is a dot on thn map somewhere Up near the Arctic circle, and as Edmonton has a basketball team or two, Calgary takes notice. As for Lethbridge, Raymond, Stirling and Taber where most of the basketball In the province is played, the Calgary scribes �re quite in the dark. Their ignorance Is appallng. Of course Calgary has counted the southerners out as professionals, which is quite a Joke when one considers amateur sport as she is played in Hog Town. With this in mind it is refreshing to read about Calgary and Edmonton playing off for the provincial basketball "championship." Here is the effusion of the'Calgary Herald on this subject: Basketball comes next on the championship list between Calgary and Edmonton, and there remains little doubt but that the roughnecks up north v/ill have the floor sprinkled with red pepper or some other fiendish dsvlce to trip up the local basket tossers. The descendants of this great Swrm-sklsyth Eskimo tribe are apt to resort to almost anything in order to cop off the ba3ketbF.II honors, now that they have lost out or. the hockey championship, though it must be admitted that they almost grabbed that title by putting all the Calgary players in with the spectators and rushing the empty goal by themselves. The Edmontonians claim to have a house full under that proverbial "hat" about Calgary amateurs, and they intend to tear loose shortly if the locp.l authorities press the charges of professionalism against the northern city basketballers. Days of joking have passed, and Just as soon as the Eskimos draw their amateur cards for the provincial basketball championship series with Cal-J gary the locals will be ready for1 them with a finished team. Waterloo Boy Thinks He Can Teach Canadian Champ Something About Game FINAL GAMES FOR P.C.H.L. CHAMPIONSHIP n, -Mr. T. R. Blaine, Mr. W. F. Htn-lorson, vocalists; Miss A Stewart, Mi.-.- ('aider and Rev. Utshop, elocutionist.-; Mr. Sultimeis-ter, violin, Mrs. J. M. Melroy presiding at the piano. At tin; conclusion of the program Mr. Worts made an excellent auctioneer when the beautifully decorated boxes and baskets were eagerly purchased. Thos. J. Spence of Winnipeg, was a week-end guest here. Mr. and Mrs. L. ,\1. Ciillen returned from Lethbridge on Thursday. Mrs. Schonert 1i:js as her guests Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Sclionert and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. (',. lamicson have as their guest, Miss S'.aier of Taber. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith have returned home aft1 i spending the end of the week with triends in Lethbridge. Cars Burned Word has been received of a disastrous fire v.-hir-h occurred at Memis-cam on Sunday destroying a garage in that town. Sixteen new cars besides those in storage, were completely demolished. I). Pederson has returned home after spending the past few months in California. .Mrs. Pederson and .Miss VcJ-ma are remaining in the south for another month. V. W. McGuii'e of Lethbridge, was a visitor here on Tuesday. Harold E. Peat tie arrived home from Edmonton on Saturday. A carload of lumber consigned to Messrs. Agar and Mock was unloaded this week. Wm. A. Rateman this week purchased the farm of .Mr. Walter Wallwork. E. H. Wilmot was a visitor to Lethbridge on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Jamieson, Alquist street, have returned home front Vancouver, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schonert, who have been wintering in the middle States, returned home on Friday. The dance held in the Prospy school Friday evening was Iargeiy attended and thoroughly enjoyed. The satisfactory sum of ifi;7.50 was realized. Alex. Milroy of Medicine Hat, spent Wednesday in town. Guy Bowen of Calgary, arrived hero on Tuesday and is at present the guest of his sons at Maleb, Alta. W. D. MacKay of Calgary, was renewing acquaintances here on Wednesday. Mrs. ];. C. Patterson of Page, N. D., is visiting friends here. W. H. Bennett of Calgary, spent the week-end here. The Young People's Parliament of the 1'nited church, are holding a social in the church tonight. C. O. Coggshall of Medicine Hat, is in the city. The many friends of Jas. W. Reid will bo pleased to learn that he has sufficiently recovered from his recent indisposition to resume his duties. The i-lealey family are at present under quarantine for measles. John K. Miller left on Monday for Montreal. He will be married in that city upon the arrival of his bride from Scotland, and upon their return they will reside on his farm south of town. Vincent Collins of Foremost, spent tho forepart of the week here. W. S. Foster of Calgary, is in town. W. U. Purdy of Medicine Hat, is visiting friends hero. Mr. and Mrs. Giddcn, First avenue, were visitors to Medicine Hat on Friday. J. B. Wilkie of Lethbridge, spent a �> > > : > c > > Vancouver, March 7.-Following is tho standing of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association: W. L. Pet. Peattlo............. 11 fi. .647 Vancouver ......... 0 9 .500 Portland ........... G 11 .353 TOMMY GIIBBONS VICTOR Scranton, Penna., March 7.-Tommy Gibbons, of St. Paul, defeated George Chip of Newcastle, Penna., in a ten round bout here tonight. Gibbons won nine of tho rounds, the other being even. FIRE (From Our Own rrorrosponrlent) Champion, March 7.-Last, week the members of the Woodman Lodge with their wives and friends spent a very pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noil McLeod. Parlor games and a social dance constituted the program. Art Hopkins supplied the music. Following the program a very dainty lunch was served. Immediately after the refreshments Geo. Stoddart, with a few appropriate remarks presented on behalf of the Woodman Lodge, to Mr. Neil McLeod a handsome club bag and to .Mrs. McLeod a beautiful carving set. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod. are leaving shortly for their new home near Bassano. Guy Boicey ami family have recently returned after spending the winter in Ontario. Ed. Zim a former Champion business man, has located in Traverr. Mr. Zim has gone into the implement business with Herman Uerick. Fire Equipment The city fathers are busy these days 400 feet of hose, hese cart and pump have arrived. The council contemplate couple of days here last week-end. T. W. Dyer is at present visiting friend3 in Medicine Hat. Mrs. Penny left on Saturday for Medicine Hat, where a serious operation was successfully performed. Her many friends in this district will join with us in wishing for her a speedy recovery. New Official Arrives Mr. Cook, of Medicine Hat, who was selected for the position of gas superintendent and town policeman, has arrived and assumed his duties. Mrs. Albert Whitney and Mrs. E. C. Ludtko left on Monday for Edmonton. J. R. Agar was a visitor to Medicine Hat on Tuesday. Mr. Patrick Mclnerney of Sunnyvale, left or Tuesday for the east. E. B. Loucks has sold his farm east of town to Bruce Clark of Burdstt. Fine Concert The concert given on Wednesday evening by the Scott family of entertainers was one of refinement and delighted every person in the audience. The program was most credibly rendered and the audience persistently expressed their appreciation of the numbers in hearty applause. It was an amusing and thoroughly enjoyable entertainment, and Bow Islanders are already anticipating a return visit from (his artistic family. Mrs. Halpln spent the week-end in Burdett, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bowo. The Ladies' Aid of the United church were delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs. Ross, Olqulst street, on Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Arthur Mock, Alquist street. Dr. Munro returned on Wednesday from Spokane. Mrs. uliver was a visitor to Mediciie hat last week returning with her sister. Mrs. Little. Mrs. Smith, Herber street, was the hostess of the Ladies' Altar society yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Fortune was a week-e.-d visitor to Medicine Hat. Mrs. J. W. Ilurd has reached home after a visit with friends in Lethbridge. Mrs. George Ridgedale was tho hos-i less of the Women's Auxiliary of All Saints church at her home on Thursday afternoon. Miss York is at present the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. Bell, First avenue. Alberta Buffet and Grill 411 Fifth St. S. Opposite ORPHEUM THEATRE Still at the Old Stand EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN STRICTLY WHITE HELP GEO. ADDISON - PROP. Phone 1827 remodelling the fire hall to accommodate new additions to the fire department. A water cistern will be erected ajacent to the fire hall. A fire department will shortly be organized. Health Officer Dr. Talbot has been appointed by the council to act as medical health officer for the ensuing year at a salary of $2^5 per annum. The trustees visited the school Friday last and found the water system inadequate, both for drinking and washing purposes. The trustees contemplate putting In an up to date water system in the near future. Henry Lily who has been spending the winter in Southern Texas returned last week. Mr. and Mrs. Miller arrived home from the coast Friday. School Meeting The trustees of the Champion consolidated school met on Tuesday, Feb. -7. The principal items of business were in reference to the country schools. The trustees have received permission from the department to dispose of the Harvard and Sherwood schools at public auction. Date of sale to be arranged by the secretary, giving at least seven days' notice, prior to sale. Upset prices were set by the board. Pete Patterson is again on duty after having spent the winter in Ontario. Mr. Roberts is having a garage built on Mountain street for his new motor vans. He expects to start on his new-duties of conveying the children to and from Champion consolidated school next week. * 1. Granlin and wife arrived last week after having spent the winter in Long Beach, Cal. Special meeting of the Champion Lodge A.F. and A.M. Thursday evening March 14th. The town is certainly in a good financial condition with a cash balance of $1,154.68. We may look for many civic improvements during the ensuing year. Mrs. A. J. Jofling, secretary of local Red Cross is spending a few weeks in Banff taking treatment for rheumatism. The next Red Cross sewing session will be held .at the home of- Mr3. J. * * > GOD'S HAND Amsterdam, Mar. 7. - To a message of congratulation from the vice-president of the reichs-tag over the singing of the Russian peace, says a Berlin telegram, Emperor William replied: "The complete victory fills me with deep gratitude. It permits us to live again ono of. thoso greatest moments in which we cannot but revently admire God's hand In history." GRAND MASTER Chatham, Ont., March S.-Major J. I. Hartt, M.P.P., last night was elected grand master of the Orange Grand Lodge of Ontario West, succeeding H. C. Hocken. Col. Sharpe, M. P., was elected deputy grand master. Harper, Vulcan street. A few lines from Pte. C. E. Colwell a former Champion boy now in hospital, wounded: General Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham, Eng., Feb. 9, Dear Mr. Haddon:- I wish I could find words to express my pleasure on receiving your very kind letter and good wishes recently. I would be very pleased if you would express my deepest thanks and appreciation for the kindness and noble generosity of the Champion people In remembering me last Xinas. I was severely wounded in the chest on November 6th, on Passchendale Ridge, and have been very ill. However I am slowly improving and I hope the worst is over. 1 trust you will pardon my tardiness in acknowledging your letter. Again let me say that I appreciate the kind spirit of the good people of Champion. With kindest regards to all, believe me, yours truly and sincerely, C. E. COLWELL. I PROF. P. J. BARRY BARONS, ALBERTA , March 1st, 1918, ~" We, the undersigned, wish to testify that Prof. Barry's course of instruction in horse Training is all and more than it is advertised to be, the first lesson in our opinion being worth the amount he charges for his full course. , The term or expression Horse Breaking may and often dow convey the idea that harsh or brutal treatment is necessary In the subduing of horses, but Prof. Barry's system would commend itself to any humanitarian or member of the S. S. P. C. A., as he emphasizes the importance of kindness in all his lessons. In consluslon we may say that Prof. Barry's system is a triumph of trained human intelligence over the animal mind, and is of inestimable value to any one whose work or occupation makes it necessary for them to handle horses. Signed: Alexander MacLean, Alex. Webster, William MacLean, Joseph A. Mackay, William Clark, G. N. Annable, W. Curie, Othemer D. 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